Tag Archives: socialjustice

Re-Imagine – September 29 & 20th 2017

You’re invited! ┬áThis celebration and learning event is for explorers, entrepreneurs, sojourners, truth seekers, pioneers, and practitioners living on the edge of inside bringing the good news of Jesus to their neighbourhoods, cities, and tribes. We are creating a safe … Continue reading

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How Are Movements Started? Part 1: The Strengths and Weaknesses of Viral Movements

Like many of you, I have been both moved and fascinated by the sudden and rapid growth of the Kony 2012 movement. This movement was initiated by the YouTube film produced by the group Invisible Children and Jason Russell, to … Continue reading

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She Has A Name

Exposing the wounds inflicted upon generations of young people trapped within the brutal, degrading sub-culture of human trafficking is “She Has A Name”, premiering February 23, 2011. Written by Alberta playwright, Andrew Kooman and produced by my good friends, at … Continue reading

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